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Teen turned away from roller rink after AI wrongly identifies her as banned troublemaker
Jul 18, 2021, 12:00 a.m.
A Black teenager in the US was barred from entering a roller rink after a facial-recognition system wrongly identified her as a person who had been previously banned for starting a fight there. Lamya... (Read More)
The AI Incident Database is the only collection of AI deployment harms or near harms across all disciplines, geographies, and use cases.
You are invited to submit reports to the database, whereupon accepted incidents will be indexed and made discoverable to people developing and deploying the next generation of AI technology to the world. Artificial intelligence will only be a benefit to people and society if we collectively record and learn from its failings. (Learn More)
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The AI Incident Database is one of PAI’s key projects because it is a tangible resource on what can happen if AI is not built or deployed in a manner which considers real world implications. (Learn More)
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